Sharp blends quality with the aquatic

Visitors to Sharp’s stand can expect a truly digital and LCD experience as the company rolls out a variety of LCD products including monitors, and data projectors.

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By  Zoe Moleshead Published  October 11, 2001

Visitors to Sharp’s stand can expect a truly digital and LCD experience as the company rolls out a variety of LCD products including monitors, and data projectors.

The AQUOS series is worth checking out. With a family name derived from aqua and quality, the range features LCD TVs and proves Sharp is setting its standards exceptionally high.

The PC-UM10, which Sharp touts as the “world’s thinnest and lightest notebook PC,” is bound to prove a big hit. The notebook weighs in at only 1.35 kg and is only 16 mm thick.

Portability and ease of use are ensured by the recently developed retractable keyboard, and a low reflection black TFT LCD screen. The PC-UM10 also offers users a long battery life courtesy of an Intel ultra low voltage processor, while connection to the Internet is provided by the LAN interface.

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